There are a variety of grid-level energy demand management programs that utility companies offer to their customers. This article examines the proactive solutions that utility companies offer in response to the changing demands being placed on the grid.
New 2021 International Energy Conservation Code heightens energy efficiency in buildings and provides commercial HVAC opportunities to lower carbon emissions
Every three years officials from municipalities and states across the country are eligible to vote on changes to the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC)
Nearly all of us have used Google Maps™ to plan our road trips and arrive at our destination using the fastest route. In a vast and ever-changing world, Google Maps’ artificial intelligence (AI) engine provides up-to-the-minute navigation updates to drivers based on...
Big box department store employs cloud-based technology to reduce energy use and saves nearly $2 million annually!
As the retail industry continues to adopt various energy management practices to reduce a major operational expense and meet corporate sustainability goals, a well-known national retail chain turned to Encycle’s unique cloud-based, energy-saving technology to reduce...
Not enough companies take advantage of demand response programs. Why don’t they, and are the incentives worth it?
In ever-increasingly complex electricity markets where technologies continue to evolve rapidly, one challenge remains constant for companies looking to optimize their energy efficiency programs: finding the right balance between comfort and energy use. Without an...
As traditional retailers reshape their business models to find new pathways for growth, earnings per share (EPS) continue to serve as an indicator of success. Regardless of the formula used to calculate share value, energy expenses – specifically, wasted energy – negatively impacts the bottom line.
Along with other major U.S. cities, Houston is taking steps to respond to climate change, and its commercial building owners will need to do their part
Commercial Building Efficiency: Reducing Carbon Emissions In Houston
How the Crisis of Climate Change is Heating Up Action on the Part of Commercial Building Owners in California
Commercial Building Efficiency: Reducing Carbon Emissions on the West Coast
National restaurant and entertainment chain looking to control energy usage saves over a half-million dollars annually with cloud-based technology
As patrons flock to this family-fun restaurant and entertainment chain to enjoy electronic gaming and other amenities, the company is enjoying total annual HVAC-related energy savings in excess of $500,000.
How New York City’s Recent Climate Mobilization Act Affects the City’s Building Owners and Businesses
Part 1 of 3 in a series focused on the growing legislative requirements challenging companies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through improved building efficiency